Robert S Yung

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BTEC 15 Organizing a Scientific Confer 2.0
PREREQ.: BTEC 14A
73806 351 L/L F 09:00-11:50AM 1125 Valencia St. A364 Deadlines Final Book BTEC 107 Language Skills for Technician 3.0 72711 001 L/C T R 12:10-02:00PM SCIE U133 Deadlines Final Book
BTEC 107 is part of a learning community for Bridge to Bioscience. Concurrent enrollment in BTEC 10 and 108A is required. For more info, contact Li Lovett by email: lmiao@ccsf.edu.
72721 551 L/C M W 06:00-07:50PM 1125 Valencia St. A274 Deadlines Final Book
BTEC 107 is part of a learning community for Bridge to Bioscience. Concurrent enrollment in BTEC 10 and BTEC 108A is required. For more info, contact Li Lovett by email: lmiao@ccsf.edu
ESLV 3840 VESL for the Biotech Industry 0.0
ADVISE: Completion of ESLN 3600 or equivalent language ability
82412 001 NCr T R 12:10-02:00PM SCIE U133 Book 80742 701 NCr M W 06:00-07:50PM 1125 Valencia St. A274 Book

B.A. History, San Diego State University, M.A. English with a concentration in ESL, and Writing Certificate, San Francisco State University.

Prof. Yung has been teaching at CCSF since 2000

Rob Yung is an Instructor in the Bridge to Biotechnology program at City College of San Francisco, where he has helped pioneer Contextualized Teaching and Learning, fusing basic skills English instruction with science content for under-prepared students destined for the local biotech industry. Currently he is scaling up the proven practices of CCSF’s biotech programs to community colleges nationwide through a National Science Foundation grant. Rob has almost 20 years of experience in all aspects of native and non-native speaker language instruction ranging from low-level immigrant literacy and survival English, to vocational ESL, to advanced composition for native speakers. He has a keen interest in teaching students how to learn and in helping adults return to college. Most
Bay Area universities have utilized his skills, including the University of San Francisco, Cañada College, and the American Language Institute and the English Department at SFSU. In a previous life, Rob was an EFL teacher, teacher trainer and humanitarian development worker for the U.S. Peace Corps in Pak Eesan, Thailand. Rob has an MA in English with a Concentration in ESL, and a Certificate in Teaching Composition from SFSU. He also has a Cambridge/Royal Society of the Arts Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA).

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